Alaska’s Waste Management Recycling Experts
Recycling for a sustainable future.
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CRS commitment for improving the environment , compel us to strive in finding useful and practical applications for recycled materials.
In 2012 CRS completed the successful development of specifications with the Municipality of Anchorage and AK Department of Transportation to use Recycled Concrete Aggregate (RCA) as a structural fill material. Approval was also achieved for the use of Recycled Glass as Pipe Bedding and additive to Leveling Course.
We are currently working on a pilot program to use tire bales as a lightweight fill product for road fills, parking lots and as retaining structures. Additionally shredded tires are being tested as fill in gabion baskets for retaining walls.
Recycled Concrete Aggregate most (RCA) :
Demolished concrete cut into a 1” minus aggregate product.
This product is primarily used as sub-base, leveling course or
structural fill for roadways and parking lots.
Recycled asphalt Pavement (RAP) :
Demolished asphalt cut into a 1” minus aggregate product.
This product can be used leveling course or structural fill for driveways, roads and parking lots.
RECYCLED ASPHALT PAVEMENT:
We supply gabion s and gabion fil materials of different size and types.
Most common are 3’x3’x3’ baskets with either RCA fill or shredded rubber. We sell gabions that can be used for either decorative road enhacement, earth retaining structures and erosion control
We proccess recycled tires by shredding or bailing them.
This processed rubber material is most frequently used for fill materias, tire derivable fuel and landscaping appications.
RECYCLED TIRES/ RUBBER:
2” minus wood used for landscaping and erosion control
Post consumer glass is processed into a 3/8’ minus aggregate , that is used for aggregate in road construction and pipe bedding for utiities.
SELECT SCRAP STEEL:
Dimensional metals, plates, pipes, beams and shapes that can be reused.